MarketsandMarkets is organizing its 2nd Edition AI & Fintech Conference in San Francisco on May 16-17, 2019 discussing the hidden opportunity for FinTech, the impact of AI on FinTech and how AI is unlocking new lending opportunities. With attendance of experts from Banks, Hedge Funds, Insurance companies, Financial institutions, Stock Broking firms, Wealth Management firms etc. this two-day event will host use cases of Fintech, Blockchain from leading banks, financial services companies and technology providers along with innovative & emerging FinTech start-ups.
San Francisco, March 28 – MarketsandMarkets presents to you the 2nd Edition of AI & FintechConference taking place on May 16-17, 2019 in San Francisco, CA. The 2-day event will host more than 25 expert speakers, 15+ sponsors, 100+ professionals working on AI & Fintech, Blockchain, Chatbots & Robotics, Quantum Computing, Cryptocurrency etc. The 2-day conference will primarily focus on power of financial technology, digital payment risks, practice areas of FinTech and challenges & opportunities in AI & Fintech.
The conference will serve as an exclusive platform for discussing the challenges for fintech adoption and artificial intelligence. Speaker organisations such as Barclays, Citibank, US Bank, Royal Bank of Scotland, PWC, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, HSBC, Route 66 ventures, Inc., Baypay, Wizely Finance, Evolve Capital Partners, TransferWise Inc., AIG, Morgan Stanley and more will discuss about adoption of FinTech, role of AI in operational and compliance strategy, Blockchain, cryptocurrency and quantum computing, chatbots and robotics applications.
The conference brings together renowned thought leaders, practitioners and innovators from the AI & Fintech domain to discuss a wide range of challenges and opportunities.
The event overview, registration details and complete speaker list are available on the official website. You can also download the complete agenda to identify the potential interest in the conference on this page – https://bit.ly/2UipEBD or you can directly email on email@example.com asking for more details, your queries and provide feedback.